My research focuses on the intersection of classical and medieval philosophy and economics. This intersection encompasses related disciplines such as philosophical psychology, philosophy of science and economics. I also have related research interests in leadership, management, and semiotics (the philosophy of signs).
My perspective on the discipline of economics is broad: it as a practical science under the broad umbrella of philosophy. The philosophical approach has been. and still is, the starting point to the modern Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE), an interdisciplinary field that began at Oxford in 1924 and has proliferated in many universities all over the world since then.
Peláez, Marvin. Principles of Macroeconomics (undergraduate course, College Now Program, City College of New York, NY, NY, Spring 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011; Fall 2008) 3 credits.
Peláez, Marvin. Economics of Urban Areas (graduate course, Public Service Management (MPA) Program, City College of New York, NY, NY, Spring 2010, 2011) 3 credits.
Peláez, Marvin. Introduction to American Governance and Politics (graduate course, Public Service Management (MPA) Program, City College of New York, NY, NY, Fall 2010) 3 credits.
Peláez, Marvin. New York Catholic Bible School (Archdiocese of New York, 2004-2014) Basic and Advanced Certificate program.